The Policía Nacional says that it has arrested a 47-year-old man on suspicion of fraudulent rental of holiday accommodation in Tenerife. Police say that the man is thought to have gained €17,500 from people he had swindled into thinking they were booking luxury properties from a private owner advertising on an internet holiday portal. Police have confirmed that the man was already known to them and has a criminal record.

 

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